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Join us at the greatest river party of the year – WaterWatch of Oregon’s 22nd Annual Celebration of Oregon Rivers!

Unite with WaterWatch’s community of supporters, conservationists, and river-lovers for hors d'oeuvres, dinner, and drinks along with silent and live auctions. This year’s event will be held at the World Forestry Center in Washington Park on Saturday, October 5th. Doors open and the silent auction begins at 5:00 pm, so please arrive promptly. Use the link menu above to register, explore the auction catalog, and learn more about sponsorship and donation opportunities.

Please review the map below if you're unfamiliar with Washington Park and The World Forestry Center locations. There is ample parking that is free after 7:00 pm and otherwise metered. There are also excellent public transportation options with a MAX line that stops directly in front of The World Forestry Center.

The silent auction takes place indoors at Cheatham Hall (starting promptly at 5:00 pm), while dinner and the live program will be held outdoors in an open-air tent on the plaza. Please dress appropriately to be outside in a covered area.

Any additional questions? Please email WaterWatch’s Development Officer, Jesse Robbins at jesse@waterwatch.org


Our mission: WaterWatch of Oregon is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and restore streamflows in Oregon’s rivers for native fish, wildlife and the people who depend on healthy rivers. We also work to protect and restore free flowing rivers, remove obsolete dams, advocate for sustainable groundwater management, and secure balanced and equitable water policies and investments in a climate changed world.

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